Nana Akwasi Asare Origin/Culture/Country: Ghana
Nana Akwasi Asare: is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for FC Utrecht in the Netherlands.He previously played for Kumasi Cornerstones, Feyenoord Ghana, Feyenoord and Royal Antwerp. On 16 May 2009 was announced Asare will leave after completion of the 2008/2009 season K.R.C. Mechelen, the 22-year-old Ghanaian national player signed for FC Utrecht, a four-year contract until June 2013.[
Nana Arhin Duah Origin/Culture/Country: Ghana
Nana Arhin Duah: is a Ghanaian football striker, who last plays for Ashanti Gold SC.In the season 2007/08 he was champion with Asante Kotoko and he won the President's Cup with his team. He scored for Kotoko in their second MTN CAF Champions League Group A match against CS Sfaxien a goal.
Nana Eshun Origin/Culture/Country: Ghana
Nana Eshun: is a Ghanaian International footballer currently playing for Tema Youth in the OneTouch Premier League.Though he strode through colts soccer in Kumasi unnoticed, a divine hand call it Yahweh if he will, when he was put in the know after a spectacular season with Alhaji Grunsah’s King Faisal Babes.
Nana Takeda Origin/Culture/Country: Japanese
Nana Takeda: a Japanese figure skater. She is the 2006 Japanese junior national champion. She won a gold and a silver medal on the 2006 Junior Grand Prix circuit and placed fifth at the Junior Grand Prix Final.
Nana Smith Rogers Origin/Culture/Country: Japanese
Nana Smith Rogers: a Japanese American tennis player, born in Seattle, Washington. She plays right handed, and hits both forehand and backhand double-handed. She turned pro in March, 1988, and retired in 2006. She played for Japan, where she spent much of her childhood, and used her mother's surname, Miyagi, for the entirety of her career.Miyagi played at all the grand slams in both singles and doubles - the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open. She scored her first and only top 10 win in singles in 1994, over then World No. 8 Lindsay Davenport and also scored wins over many top 20 ranked players, including Martina Hingis. Her highest ranking in singles was 51, which she reached in February 1995. She won four titles on the ITF circuit. She never won a title on the main tour but reached the final in Surabaya in 1996
Karl Te Nana Origin/Culture/Country: Australian
Karl Te Nana: is a rugby player from New Zealand. A professional rugby union player, Te Nana won a gold medal as part of the New Zealand Seven's rugby team at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. He played for North Harbour in the NPC. He currently plays for the Point Chevalie
Wu Nana Origin/Culture/Country: Chinese
Wu Nana: is a Chinese team handball player. She plays on the Chinese national team, and participated at the 2011 World Women's Handball Championship in Brazil.
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